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22 Mar 2016
Co-founded by Chinese Scientist; Backed by Chinese Investors; Opens Shanghai Office
BEIJING, CHINA – March 22, 2016 — /BackupReview.info/ — Crossbar, Inc., the Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology leader, today announced entry into the China market and the opening of a new office in Shanghai, China.
“China is the fastest growing market for electronics and where the majority of products are manufactured. Our extensive China VC backing and roots, new local presence and leading technology will enable the next wave of electronics innovation in China for consumer, enterprise, mobile, industrial and IoT markets,” said George Minassian, chief executive officer, Crossbar, Inc. “Our recently announced partnership with SMIC will enable the creation of new applications to take advantage of our embedded technology on SMIC’s 40nm process and beyond.”
Crossbar customers are designing low energy and high security solutions by integrating larger on-chip non-volatile resistive RAM (RRAM) memories into smart cards, set-top boxes, IP cameras and surveillance applications.
Minassian added, “The IoT and wearables markets require energy-efficient, secure and low-cost microcontrollers. Crossbar’s RRAM technology is an ideal solution to address these requirements by providing embedded memory blocks for program and data storage on chip or as stand-alone EEPROM memory.”
Crossbar’s technology was first developed by China-native Prof. Wei D. Lu’s team. Prof. Lu is the chief scientist and co-founder of Crossbar. He has a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Tsinghua University in China, a Ph.D. in Physics from Rice University in Texas. He spent 12 years studying RRAM first as a postdoctoral research fellow at Harvard University then as a professor at University of Michigan. He is a leading expert in nanostructures and devices including high-density memory and logic systems based on two-terminal resistive switching devices, neuromorphic circuits, semiconductor nanowire devices, and electrical transport in low-dimensional systems.
Crossbar’s RRAM is widely accepted as the most likely contender to replace the current generation of non-volatile memory technologies, a $60 billion global market. Capable of storing multiple terabytes (TB) of data on a single 200mm2 chip, Crossbar’s technology enables massive amounts of information, such as 250 hours of HD movies, to be stored and played back from an IC smaller than a postage stamp. Due to its simple three-layer structure, stackability and CMOS compatibility Crossbar enables logic and memory to be easily integrated onto a single chip at the latest technology node, a capability not possible with other traditional or alternative non-volatile memory technologies. The company’s high capacity and very fast performance makes it ideal for next generation enterprise and data center storage systems as well.
Crossbar’s technology is capable of achieving extremely dense storage solutions, including:
Sample of Crossbar Technology Applications:
Global investors in Crossbar include Artiman, Correlation Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Beyers, Tyche Partners, TAO Capital Partners, University of Michigan, and China-based CBC, Oriza Holdings, Northern Light Venture Capital, SAIF Partners, Korea Investment Partners Co., Ltd.
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